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Toddler Program (1 to 2 years)

When your toddler’s in the right place, you just know. Our program is designed to give you that feeling — a safe place for your newly independent child to test out and learn new skills, wonder about everything, and discover how to make friends. It’s all alongside teachers who know every day that they’re not caring for any child, but the most important child — yours.

Our Toddler Program is designed to be an interactive experience between the classroom, the teacher, and the children. Toddlers will learn to count, formulate sentences, discover their artistic and musical abilities, differentiate between their emotions, and learn about the world around them. Each child’s day is structured into learning blocks that focus on core concepts: physical development and health, language and literacy, creative arts, mathematics, social emotional development, science, and social studies.


Individualized Care To Help Your Child Thrive

Our program is rooted in what research says is best for early learning, as children make developmental leaps and build skills for the future.

Program highlights include:

  • Support for newfound independence, language, and social skills

  • A focus on individual growth and making choices

  • Learning centers that encourage language and reading, fine motor skills, math, art, dramatic play, science, and outdoor learning

  • A relaxed environment to foster individual development and self-help skills

  • Safety, security, and cleanliness practices that meet or exceed all state, local, and National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) guidelines


Signature Practices

Our curriculum includes seven toddler Signature Practices that make learning an adventure and inspire individual development:

  • Prime Times

One-on-one interactions to build relationships and important social skills.

  • Language Development

Conversation to encourage thinking, speaking, and comprehension.

  • Sensory Experiences

Materials and media to ignite the senses.

  • Small Group Learning

Activities to maximize prime times, encourage choices in play, and minimize over stimulation.

  • Self-Help Skills

Encouragement to learn daily tasks and routines at each child’s own pace.

  • Cause and Effect

Opportunities to learn about the scientific method by asking questions, experimenting, finding answers, and testing results.

  • Outdoor Experiences

Time outside to introduce new sights, sounds, smells, and textures.